The pie chart shows the number of sales of two different random stores in India for the quarter of year 2012.
Summarise the information by selecting and reporting the main features, make comparisons where relevant.
The pie chart compares the number of sales of nine different products of two different random stores in India, for the quarter of the year 2012.
Overall, it can be seen that stationery was the major selling product in both the stores, while curd was one of the least sold for the quarter. Although the sales of different products remained almost similar in store A, major disparities in the sales were observed in store B. Beauty products were sold the least in store A whereas it was the major selling product in store B bread. In addition, butter and vegetables showed opposite trends.
In detail, in store A, vegetables, stationery, bread and soft drink were bought the most. Apart from these, medicines, chocolates and butter shared almost equal sales with beauty products being sold the least.
For store B, the major selling products were stationery and beauty. Soft drink, and chocolates had almost equal sales with bread being the next most sold item. Other than these items, butter, curd, vegetables and medicines also had their share in being bought.